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Watch: Every Best Cinematography Oscar Winner Ever
This gorgeous supercut shows every winner of the AcademyAward for Best Cinematography, from 1927 to this year's nominees.
The technology of cinematography has come a long way since 1927, the inaugural Oscars ceremony, which awarded Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans the AcademyAward for Best Cinematography. F.W. Murnau's German Expressionist film is notable for its distorted art direction and groundbreaking cinematography by Charles Rosher and Karl Struss, featuring visually-striking tracking shots and forced perspective. Last year's Best Cinematography winner, The Revenant, was the first film shot on the ALEXA 65; the camera's 65mm digital sensor lent the footage a filmic look and enabled cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki to shoot using mostly natural light.
But while technology can certainly bolster a film's aesthetic, cameras are ultimately tools—they are only as strong as the humans behind them. This fact has never been more clear than in an exquisite new video by Burger Fiction that showcases the Best Cinematography winners throughout Oscar history. Though the movies featured in the supercut traverse nearly the entire history of cinema camera innovation, artistry remains impervious to time; some of the greatest aesthetic achievements in cinematography belong to films of another era.
Here's the complete list of Best Cinematography Oscar winners from 1927 to 2016: